Experience Newport in Luxury in this Classy Commuter Yacht

Great lakes boat building company Commuter (1921)

  • 62 feet

  • 23 guests

  • 2 cabins

  • 2 heads

  • Captained



Cruise Newport like you never have before in this classy yacht. You feel as if you have been transported to the bygone era of the golden age as you step onto her varnished pine aft deck fitted with cushioned wicker chairs. Her deep overstuffed mahogany daybed is the perfect place for sunbathing, reading a good book or watching the sights. Pam's aft deck has an extendable canopy with clear roll down side curtains that have the capability of fully enclosing her entire aft deck.

Her interior features highly varnished paneled mahogany throughout. The main salon is spacious and offers elegant tufted velvet seating with linen curtained windows. Her private head is unusually large, complete with a shower. The galley is nicely equipped and has many large windows offering any chef a spectacular view.

She is the perfect boat for private tours, luncheons, dinners and cocktail cruises. Charter this boat today for the ultimate chance to experience one of the best boats in the harbor!


  • Manufacturer
    Great lakes boat building company
  • Model
  • Year
  • Guest Capacity
  • Cabins
  • Single Beds
  • Double Beds
  • Bathrooms
  • Number of engines
  • Horsepower per engine


  • Stove / grill
  • Microwave
  • Chart plotter
  • Refrigerator
  • CD Player
  • GPS
Navigation & Safety
  • Chart plotter
  • GPS
  • VHF Radio
  • Life jackets
  • First aid kit
  • CD Player
  • Stove / grill
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Freezer
  • Cockpit table
  • Electricity
  • Dining
  • Cocktail parties

Boat Owner


Member since August 2016

Response rate: 50%
Response time: within 14 hours

Location and Destination Guide

Usually this boat operates around Newport, RI.

Rhode Island, nicknamed “The Ocean State,” is covered by large bays and inlets which makes it a perfect nautical destination. Our top Newport, RI attractions by boat: hop on a yacht rental in Newport, RI and go for Narragansett Bay lighthouse tour, don’t miss out the sunset scenery in the harbor, and stop for dinner at the legendary Clarke Cooke House. Enjoy sailing from Newport, RI aboard one of America’s Cup charters and plan an overnight trip to the charming Block Island.

Customer Questions & Answers

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What type of yacht should I charter?

No matter what type of yacht you choose to charter, we know that you will have a fantastic time on the water. If you are more about the journey, and want a relaxing time aboard, then choose from one of the many sailboats on the platform. If you are more about the destination, and going fast, check out the powerboats on Sailo. For an exclusive experience, Sailo recommends chartering a luxurious yacht for the day. Finally, Sailo has access to many event boats as well for group outings from 50 - 1,000 guests. If you are still unsure, then just ask! more...

What should I bring?

Bring yourself, and some comfortable clothes suitable to the season you are going to be out on the water. Please keep in mind that it is often 10 degrees cooler out on the water, so a jacket or windbreaker is never a bad idea. We also recommend bringing a hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses, as well as a swimsuit if appropriate for your charter location. Please coordinate with your captain regarding any food or drinks that you wish to bring aboard. For term-charters, Sailo recommends using soft-sided luggage, and keeping it simple. more...

How long does a rental last?

The basic daily rental is structured as either a quarter-, half-, or full-day. A quarter-day is two hours, a half-day is four hours, and a full-day is eight hours. You can also discuss a custom trip with the boat by contacting the owner through Sailo. Most term charters (weekly rentals) are from Saturday to Saturday. Keep in mind that the boat generally needs to be back at the dock by Friday evening, and you will need to be off the boat on Saturday morning so they can prepare the boat for the next guests. more...